Michele Kelemen A former NPR Moscow bureau chief, Michele Kelemen now covers the State Department. Her reports can be heard on all NPR News programs — from Morning Edition to All Things Considered.
Bolton's Style a Liability to Some, Asset to Others
Senate to Resume Debate on Bolton Nomination
Abbas Visits Washington, Seeks U.S. Assistance
U.N. Reform Movement Looks Different From the Inside
Cuban Exile Accused of Airline Bombing Arrested in U.S.
British Lawmaker Denies Oil-for-Food Allegation
Bolton's U.N. Nomination to Face Full Senate Vote
Bolton Update: Panel Clears Nominee for Senate Vote
Senate Panel to Vote on Bolton's U.N. Nomination
Cuba Seeks U.S. Arrest of Castro Foe
Bush to Visit Moscow, Former Soviet Republics
U.S. Relationship with Sudan a Balancing Act
Iran Stands by Nuclear Plans at U.N. Talks
Countries Review Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty
U.S. Officials Defend Exclusion of Terrorist Data